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Tuesday is the evening for Taize at the Woods

The Wabash River

The Wabash River

All faiths and all ages.

All are welcome to attend any of the Taize prayer services hosted by the Sisters of Providence. The next one is on Tuesday, Feb. 19 from 7-8 p.m. in the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Ind.

Each of the Taize services are free and open to the public.

Sister Paula Damiano, coordinator of programming for the Providence Spirituality and Conference Center, looks forward to presenting the monthly Taize services.

Taize services are meaningful and moving, and are based upon silent and spoken prayer, special music and moments of contemplation.

The Sisters of Providence Taize prayer services, hosted by the Providence Spirituality and Conference Center, are being held in conjunction with the Terre Haute community’s 2013 Year of the River celebration.

The abundance of activities and events highlighting the Year of the River will focus on helping connect the community to our most unique, beautiful and valuable resource – the Wabash River. Various arts, environmental, educational and recreational events based on the Wabash River and how rivers and water affect our lives will be held throughout 2013.

Each of the Sisters of Providence’s monthly Taize prayer services have a theme. The theme of Tuesday’s service is “Lack of Potable Water in the World.” The monthly themes and schedule can be viewed here.

For more information about the Taize prayer services and other programming, contact Sister Paula Damiano at pdamiano@spsmw.org or 812-535-2926.

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Becky Igo

Becky Igo worked as a marketing manager for the Office of Congregational Advancement. She was an Indiana State University grad and former newspaper reporter/editor who worked with Providence Center, Volunteer Services and the Shrine of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin.

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1 Comment

  1. Diana Igo on March 18, 2021 at 11:39 pm

    Thank you for maintaining these writings from my late biological sister, Becky Igo, Who was such a talented person gifted by God with compassion, love of people, animals, and nature. I miss Becky every day, but these writings and photography remind me of her hard work, joy in living, gentle hands with lost or injured animals, and her love also for music.
    God brought Becky to Sisters of Providence as her last place of work and giving to others. She rescued many animals, some at the Woods, and some on her way to work including her last dog who is a continuing joy to me.
    God, bless the Sisters at Providence who added joy and laughter to Becky’s life.

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